The MoStability Workout
Target both mobility and stability with double-duty exercises.
Generally speaking, if you’re looking to build stability, plank holds and one-sided balances find their way into your routine. If you want to improve mobility, you focus on more athletic drills and exercises. However, incorporating basic movements into all-too-often static stability poses allows you to simultaneously boost both skills: mobility and stability.
"These planks combine mobility and stability, also known as 'mostability,' to better prepare us for function," says Josh Stolz, High Performance Manager at WeWork.
"I consider these planks a full-body exercise, because I'm moving either my hips, arms, or legs and trying to control or stabilize the rest of my body. Of course you feel them in the core, but I have clients who also report feeling it in the glutes, obliques, back and shoulders as well."